Clark, whose radio show on WGNU-AM in St. Louis was reportedly pulled from the air, took to Twitter to defend his stance on Pujols on Saturday:
I completely stand by the story i told 8 days ago about conversations 13 years ago w/ Mihlfeld. He will never admit it. Google it.— Jack Clark (@JackAClark22) August 10, 2013
Clark went on to deny saying anything about Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander and former big-league outfielder Shawn Green being connected to PED's, although Clark reportedly accused them of "juicing" as well.
Pt 2 i never accused verlander or green of PED use. If u didn't listen to show u don't know. PERIOD.— Jack Clark (@JackAClark22) August 10, 2013
Clark's supposed source for the information, Pujols' former person trainer Chris Mihlfeld, vehemently denied Clark's claims. Pujols announced on Saturday that he plans to take legal action against Clark and his former employer.